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Drama, dance, music, literature, and fine arts non-fiction critiques from the pre-1923 era.
Topics: Drama, dance, fine arts, classical music, theater
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9 short stories of 9 different women, by Matt Pierard.  Creative Commons Non-Commercial copyright 2017.
Topics: women, girls, romance, humor, drama, social issues
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Collection of old time radio shows from December 1946.
Topics: OTR, Christmas, December, 1946, comedy, music, drama, suspense
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A Non-Commercial Creative Commons copyrighted modest guide, illustrated with stills from Wikimedia Commons, with films ranging from 1933's Little Women to 2013's The Book Thief that are largely of teen interest.  Most of the films are G or PG, more recent titles PG-13, and a handful rated R, aimed at older teens.  The aim was to focus more on the less-prurient stories that are over-produced, and more on human stories that don't require CGI or explosions to entertain. The PG-13 and R-rated...
Topics: films, teenagers, comedy, romance, sci-fi, adventure, drama
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Short stories, two one-act plays, and four poems.  Mystery, sci-fi, satire, and drama.
Topics: Mystery, sci-fi, satire, drama, one-act play, poetry
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PD SHORT STORIES – MARCH 2017 THE HOME-COMING by Rabindranath Tagore SPRINGTIME À LA CARTE, by O. Henry A MOONLIGHT FABLE, by H. G. Wells LIBBIE MARSH'S THREE ERAS, by Elizabeth Gaskell THE GROWING MASKINONGE, by A. Paul Gardiner JULIE DE POOPINAC, by Noël Coward PRINCE ROMAN, by Joseph Conrad GHITZA, by Konrad Bercovici MR. MARMADUKE AND THE MINISTER, by Wilkie Collins THE LITTLE GOVERNESS, by Katherine Mansfield
Topics: literature, humor, drama, romance, family, Tagore, Wells, Gaskell, Conrad, Mansfield
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In this issue... Observant WWI-era essays by HELEN MACKAY An early short story by CONRAD RICHTER A RAY BRADBURY editorial, and poetry from his first sf magazine. GUY DE MAUPASSANT rounds things up with a sly mystery.
Topics: WWI, essays, science fiction, mystery, drama, Bradbury, Maupassant
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Two Little Chinese Sisters, by Jessie Juliet Knox The Amateurs, by Alan Cogan Poetry - A History of Chinese Literature, by Herbert A Giles The Merciful Hand, by Vachel Lindsay The Gifts of the Moon, by Charles Baudelaire The Soldier Man, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman A Legend of Kansas, by Carrie de Voe The Wanderings of Vicram Maharajah, by M. Frere French India, by Encyclopedia Britannica Taffy and Tricksey, by Caroline C Bascom A Hunt For The Nightingale, by John Burroughs Ode to a Nightingale,...
Topics: Baudelaire, Freeman, Lindsay, Keats, Burroughs, literature, poetry, non-fiction, drama
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Eight old-time radio programs originally aired in June of their respective years.
Topics: Drama, Comedy, Non-fiction, Music, Barrie Craig, Great Gildersleeve, Ben Hecht
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Half-Hours With Joan Eight half-hour old-time radio performances of Joan Crawford.  Hollywood Star Playhouse: January 15, 1951   "Statement In Full" Screen Directors' Playhouse: May 26, 1950   "Flamingo Road" Screen Guild Theatre: October 15, 1939  "None Shall Part Us"  Silver Theatre: May 7, 1939   "The Train Ride"  Suspense: June 2, 1949  "The Ten Years"  Suspense: March 22, 1951   "Three Lethal Words" Stars Over Hollywood:...
Topics: OTR, Joan Crawford, classic Hollywood, Screen Guild Theatre, Suspense, Stars Over Hollywood, Screen...
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From 1850 to 1952:  a play, a couple of poems and short stories, and a travel diary.
Topics: Aldous Huxley, Mary E. Wilkins, drama, short stories, poetry, non-fiction
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In this issue... Some of our greatest playwrights just happened to be... PLATO, MARLOWE, WILDE, and MAUGHAM. ;)
Topics: Drama, comedy, politics, Plato, Christopher Marlowe, Edward II, Oscar Wilde, romance, W. Somerset...
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Drama, comedy, suspense, western, horror, and detective shows which originally aired on or about the 4th of July in the 40's and 50's.
Topics: OTR, drama, comedy, western, detective, Gunsmoke, Maltese Falcon, Bob and Ray, Our Miss Brooks,...
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This anthology of world literature is dedicated both to the incoming leader of the free world (who I hear doesn't read books) and the founder of Internet Archive, who seeks to save said treasure in a Canadian mirror site for the duration.  The focus is on soul-saving, or uplifting literature -- from religious texts to noted presidential inaugural addresses of the past.  Poetry, drama, and fiction fill it out.
Topics: history, literature, faith, poetry, drama, non-fiction, Aristophanes, Shakespeare, Moliere,...
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A night's-worth of old time radio entertainment from the month of June.  Bob Hope & Bing Crosby, Jack Paar, Ronald Colman, Cavalcade of America, Philip Marlowe, Dinah Shore & Phil Harris, Inner Sanctum, and Roz Russell as Mildred Pierce! File quality varies, so if you're a purist... sorry.  This is just for folks who want an alternative to what currently passes for summer TV entertainment.
Topics: OTR, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Ronald Colman, Rosalind Russell, Dinah Shore, Phil Harris, Jack Paar,...
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In honor of Moonlight winning Best Picture and the docudrama When We Rise, this is a sequel of sorts to a project I helmed for LibriVox two years ago. Poetry, a play, humor, and a couple of tales from GLB history. MAGDALEN WALKS, by Oscar Wilde BIANCA DI PIANNO-FORTI, by Noël Coward NIAGARA, by Vachel Lindsay A SOCIETY, by Virginia Woolf IT SHALL BE, THEN, UPON A SUMMER'S DAY, by Paul Verlaine THE COBWEB, by Saki THE LEDBURY TRAIN, by Marguerite Radclyffe-Hall LANDED GENTRY, by W. Somerset...
Topics: GLB, Oscar Wilde, Virginia Woolf, W. Somerset Maugham, Vachel Lindsay, Paul Verlaine, Saki, Noel...
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Ten half-hour old time radio programs starring the great lady of American film, Bette Davis, who passed away October 6, 1989.  These are all the known episodes of Screen Guild Theatre featuring Miss Davis from 1939-1946, plus a bonus 1949 appearance on Suspense. The Gulf Screen Guild Theatre. January 22, 1939. "Can We Forget". Bette Davis, Robert Montgomery The Gulf Screen Guild Theatre. January 14, 1940. "This Lonely Heart". Bette Davis The Gulf Screen Guild Theatre. March...
Topics: Bette Davis, OTR, Screen Guild Theatre, Jane Eyre, Dodsworth, Watch on the Rhine, The Little Foxes,...
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Short stories by Anton Chekov, Ivan Turgenev, & Jesse Bone.   A play by Shakespeare. Poetry by Edgar Lee Masters, Pierre Louys, and Sara Teasdale. A first chapter by H. G. Wells. Non-fiction on Italian cookery and botany. Travel writing by Henry James and Robert Louis Stevenson. Links to early television shows starring Allen Ludden, Betty White, Woody Allen, Nancy Sinatra, The Great Gildersleeve, Jack Benny, and Johnny Ray. Non-fiction short subjects on poverty and art. Streaming radio...
Topics: H.G. Wells, Robert Louis Stevenson, Henry James, Allen Ludden, Betty White, Arlene Francis, Woody...
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Our multilingual tour begins in England, travels to Spain, Hungary, France, Italy, Egypt, New York, Hollywood, the American Southwest, Japan, Tibet, Belgium, and even Outer Space!  Authors include  Emilia Pardo Bazán, Edith Wharton, Alfred de Musset, O. Henry, Jean-Henri Fabre, Albert Mockel, Margery Verner Reed, Harriet Monroe, Zoltán Ambrus, René Boylesve, William Tenn, John Gould Fletcher, Elinor Jenkins, Kahlil Gibran, Josephine Preston Peabody, Charles John Tibbitts, Lewis Beach, Ella...
Topics: short works, drama, poetry, non-fiction, English, French, Hungarian, Spanish, Italian, Edith...